Mask-RCNN detection of COVID-19 pneumonia symptoms by employing Stacked Autoencoders in deep unsupervised learning on Low-Dose High Resolution CT
This paper applies AI (artificial intelligence) technology to analyze low-dose HRCT (High-resolution chest radiography) data in an attempt to detect COVID-19 pneumonia symptoms. A new model structure is proposed with segmentation of anatomical structures on DNNs-based (deep learning neural network) methods, relying on an abundance of labeled data for proper training. The model improves the existing techniques used for low-dose HRCT image inspection through an application of Stacked Autoencoders (SAEs) structures using the segmentation function for the area object detection model on Mask-RCNN. As a result, the proposed approach can quickly analyze X-ray images in detecting abnormalities in patients with lab-confirmed coronavirus even before clinical symptoms appear. In addition to detecting early abnormalities, area object detection model reveals a finding not seen in the latest cases of COVID-19. Most noteworthy, the study has shown that all COVID-19 patients exhibit an associated bilateral pleural effusion. The features are augmented to the model for the improvement of detection quality improvement and the shorten of the examination period.
This tool model propose a Mask-RCNN detection of COVID-19 pneumonia symptoms by employing Stacked Autoencoders in deep unsupervised learning on Low-Dose High Resolution CT architecture. Based on autoencoder of Mask-RCNN for area mark feature maps objection detection for the identification of COVID-19 pneumonia have very serious pathological and always accompanied by various of symptoms. We collect a lot of lung x-ray images were be integrated into DICM style dataset prepare for experiment on computer on vision algorithms, and deep learning architecture based on autoencoder of Mask- RCNN algorithms are the main technological breakthrough.
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- HRCT train code Jupiter notebook HRCT_training_code.zip (1.64 MB)
- CT train code Jupiter notebook aetrain 3.zip (833.40 kB)
- HRCT train code html aetrain256.zip (833.41 kB)
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